Published Thu, Jan 18th 2018
The key driver to the Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals market is the rising awareness about the therapeutic applications of biotherapeutic market.
Single-use or disposable products or technology is intended to be used for one time only and then are meant for disposing. These technologies are mainly made from Plastic (Polyamide, Polyethylene, Polycarbonate, Polyethersulfone, Polypropylene, Polyvinyl Chloride, Polytetrafluroethylene, cellulose acetate an ethylene vinyl acetate) which are disposed off after use. Single-use technologies have transformed the field of biopharmaceuticals. The Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals are trending in the biopharmaceutical field as they minimize the chances of contamination during the manufacturing process. There are varied Single Use Technology products like filling and tubing systems, cell culture apparatus, petri plates, flasks, cell culture apparatus, filters, bioreactors, pumps which are used in the biopharmaceutical industry. Single-use technologies are is prominently used in biopharmaceutical manufacturing processes. These Single-use technologies will facilitate the advancements of small amounts of drugs for preclinical and clinical testing processes.
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The key driver to the Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals market is the rising awareness about the therapeutic applications of biotherapeutic market. Rise in biologics and biosimilars market will ultimately rise the market for Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals. Low maintenance costs and manufacturing costs of Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals is alluring the end users to adopt this market. However, the control on pricing of the drugs on big and emerging biotechnology companies is forcing them to change the manufacturing methodology. This is highly benefitting the Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals market. But, the strict rules and regulations by different governments is creating difficulties for the Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals market. Increasing mergers and acquisitions of biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, and product launches are the trends observed in the Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals market.
Geographically, North America is the dominating region in the Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals market owing to the advancing biopharmaceutical field in this region. Also, rising awareness of Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals has fueled the Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals market.US holds the prominent market in the Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals market in North America trailed by Europe including Germany, France and UK. The Asian market for Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals is also expected to witness a high CAGR during the coming years. Increased foreign investments
In this region will also boost the Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals market ahead. China and Japan are projected to be the fastest growing in the Single-use Technology for Biopharmaceuticals market.
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Currently, the global Single-use technologies market is highly competitive owing to the involvement of many established players. Some of the key players in the global Single-use technologies market are Applikon Biotechnology B.V., BioPure Technology Limited, Dow Corning Corporation , EMD Millipore ,GE Healthcare, NewAge Industries, Inc., Novasep, Pall Corporation, RENOLIT, Saint-Gobain S.A., Sartorius AG, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. and W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc..
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